This is a discussion on I saw something beautiful today within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; 300 boxes of 22lr at the lgs. 3 box limit per day @ 6 bucks for 50rds I picked up 2. Best 12 bucks ive ...
300 boxes of 22lr at the lgs. 3 box limit per day @ 6 bucks for 50rds
I picked up 2.
Best 12 bucks ive spent in 7 months.
/end happy dance.
Oh if your wondering where
"The Marksman" right of canyon rd. about a 15 min drive from lakewood WA.
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$52 for 1,000 rounds .22lr this morning.
A beautiful day in the neighborhood!
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Last time I bought 22 was $13 for 525 rds
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Brings a tear to my eye.....not to mention an itchy trigger finger (feel the need for range time coming on strong!).
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What kind of 22 ammo was this? Still seems pretty steep to me.
Glad to see inventory is picking up. Still seems a little steep.
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Now the only question is why didn't you buy 3 boxes?!
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Seems like things are easing slightly. I sure wish primers would make a return to store shelves. Especially small pistol and rifle.
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The sad part of this is that the distributors have not increased their wholesale price a significant amount but the LGS's in my area have double or tripled their prices. The Remington Value Pack 525 rounds with a 30% markup should sell for $21.50 based on the invoice I saw today but was priced at $59.95 and still sold out in about two hours even with a two box limit. This same ammo sold for $15.95 before the frenzy started.
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Lucky ducks. I've been stalking stores and trying to find some at a decent price. I was happy to find a few boxes of .22 Shorts. Sure it limits me to my single six, but at least it's something.
I wonder how many new gun owners are paying the much higher prices unaware of what ammo was selling for before the panic.
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